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CK Island Daily Argus
KOCJC ISLAND, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1S91.
Single Copied 5 Cent
Fer Week ISM Cents.
MERE U NO ROOM
There is bp Boom
Nobby Hats, Nobby Ties, No End
Point With Pride
To our immense line of Fall Overcoats.
To our immense line of Men's Dress Suits.
To our immense line of Men's Biisiness Suits.
To our immense line of Boys' and Children's Clothing
THE LOWEST PRICES YET NAMED FOR EQUAL VALUES.
Never have better goods been shown.
Never have greater varieties been Shown.
Never have prices been so low.
Every department full of new novelties.
Rich in quality, all the leading styles, plenty of them
FOR IMPROVEMENT IN OUR MEN'S
for ImproYement in Our
Children's Double-Breasted Suits
Boys' ai fflnm's
Children's Nobby Kilt
Children's Fine Overcoats
rOUND A KIDNAPED BOY.
A Sfirrh of Sl Years Finally Rardt4
PlTTsnriii:, Sept.. 17 Government De
tective C. Negus left for Portland,
Or , last night with little Harry C. Wuit
bk, aged 7, who ivas kidnaped from the
residence of bis father. George W. Whit
beck, a millionaire of Portlaud, six years
ago. At the time of the kidnaping Harry
was only 14 months old. No clue of the
child was found till s-ix month ago when
the detective cot a clue at Om.iha, fol
lowed it up to Homestead, six miles from
this city, and located the boy yesterday in
the family of a mill worker named Long.
lie recognized the cb..d by a birthmark.
Tiie woman .who brought the boy to the
f imily died some time ago. Mr. Wbit-
l)eck has spent JO.O'.H) looking for the boy.
lbe detective will receive tJ.OJO reward.
The Chicago exposition opened
John Brovery was killed by a fall of
coal in the Springfield colliery at Shamo-
The Republicans of Philadelphia have
nominated George D. McCreary for city
The wiM of Mrs. James G. Fair leaves
all her prop rty, valued at $j,0uO,0iJO, to
her two daughters. ,
The Tennessee legislature has refused to
pass the bill to repeal the law authoriz
ing the leasing of convict labor.
The coroner's jury has found M. B. Cur
tis, "Satn'l of Fosen," guiltvof the mur
der of the San Francisco policeman.
The circulation of national banks Iiaa
increased about $li),000,000 since the poli
cy of extension cf the 4.'' per cents was
Miners at the Marmet mines, near Ray
mond City, V. Vs., are at work under
guard, owing to the threatening attitude
Robbers rifled the express car on the
southbound train On the Missouri, Kansas
and Texas railroad in Indian territory.
They secured ?2,5j0 in money.
Ge:re Goul 1, son of Jay Gould, was
the engineer of a train on the Ulster and
Delaware railway Tuesday, and he made
an average of a mile a minute.
Slavin the bruiser has written to The
Police Gazette expressing a willingness io
fight John L. Sullivan for ,030 a side
and the championship of the world.
Chauncey M. Depew has arrived on his
native heath after a trip to Europe. He
was welcomed "down the bay" at New
York by a host of enthusiastic friends.
In order that they may control the im
portation of American pork into Germany,
it is said that German capitalists bare
formed a syndicate to construct abbatoirs
The president has denied the application
for a pardon in the case of William Zang,
of Illinois, who was sentenced to one
year's imprisonment for violating the
Governor Fleming, of Florida, has ap
pointed ex-Congressman Robert H. N.
D tvidson as United States senator. As
Call claims to have been elected by the
legislature to the same position, the na
tional senate will have a contested elec
tion case to settle next winter.
Time on the Chicago Track.
Chicago, Sept 17. Yesterday's win
ners at Garfield park course were: Garcia
il mile, 1:14;.,': Goodbye, 1 mile, 1:43; Tom
Karl, ft mile, 1:1C;.; Louglight, 1, miles,
155; NVeaverman, 4.'j furlongs, 0:55;
Modjeska, 1 mile, 1:44.
The President's Wife at Boston.
Boston. Sept. 17 Mrs. Harrison, wife
of the president, Mr. and Mrs. McKee and
the president's two grandchildren arrived
at the Woodland Park hotel, Auburt
dale. vesterdav morniuz.
CniCAOO, Sept. 14.
Following were the quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat No. 8 September,
opened 9tMic. c iosed St)?ic; December, opened
WHSc, closed .V; year, opened $1.0S!4, closed
i ll.'ti'B- Corn No. 2 September, opened 61Hc,
: closed IKlf-c; October, opened M4C, closed 53c:
year, opened 44f , closed 43c Oats No.
September, opened 27tsc, closed fcTc; Oc
tober, opened 2Zte, close! 2T4p; May, opened
Sli4c, closed 31 Ho. Pork October, opened
f 10.4), closeil $10.31); December, opened Il0.:6,
' closed Jin.iS); January, opened I J.C7X, closed
$12.). Lard October, opened J6.9TH. closed
I Live stock Following were the prices at
the Union Stock yards today: Hogs Market
' rather active, especially on shipping account;
best grades quotably about So higher, and
rather scarce; common qualities unchanged;
sales ranged at $2..t4.4J pigs. $4.5fas. JO light.
$4.6.s.4-!) roujh packing, $4.S.Ji43 mixed,
and $4.9515.51 heavy packing and shipping
j Cattle Market moderately active, but feel
ing rather weak, and prices incline tn favor
of buyers; quotations ranged at $-V9u3A.ti
prune to Bhipping steers. $4.&)&a.B') gool to
fauoy do, $:.' 14.40, common to fair do,
j:i.tiuat.4), butchers' steers. $2.0)42.00 stock
ers. $2.2"5i3.2- Teisns. $2.W)a4.S) rangers,
$:Mt&3.4u feiers. J1.5033..V) cows, $LS0&il.Ou
hulls, and $2.5 veal calves.
f-heep -Market fairly active and prices
rather steady: quotations ranged at t3.BU& .
4.40 western, i3.5txa4.tt0 natives, and S8.Sft&2$
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, tic per
lb; dairies, fancy, t resh,ll20c: packing stocks,
fresh, 12c Eggs Loss off, ITc per doa. Live
poultry Old chickens, 10c per lb: spring, llHo:
roosters, SWiltei turkeys, mixed, Mc; ducks,
&4c; spring, loiliic. Potatoes Home
grown, 68rv-V) per sack; Wisconsin and Michi
gan, fair to choice, 26&35 per bu; sweet pota
toes, Baltimore, $2.0x&2.25 per bbl; Jerseys,
$ajffi(33.5it. Apples-Green cooking, 75cL00
per bbl; eating, $L2jQ.J0.
New VOBC, Sept. 10.
Wheat Ko. 2 red cash, $UB; do October,
$1.03)4; do December. $1.06H- Corn ho.
mixsd cash, T13c; September, 6Tic: October,
63c; December, 65c. Oats Dull but steady;
No. 2 mixed rash, 82,YHc; baptember,
33c; October, 33c. Rye-Dull. Barley
Nominal. Pork Dull: mess, tll.lS3.li.aj.
Lard Wuiet; October, 17.27; December, ',X!.
Live Stock: Cattle Market extremely doll
for all grades at a decline of 10c per 100 lbs:
. poorest to best native steers. 13.9024.00 sr luO
' lbs; Texans, is.uu3s.te; nails end Cxi cows.
$1.53423.10. Uheep and Lambs Trading dull
and weak; sheep, H.O'i.U p hju lbs;
lambs, lo.V&i.Ui. Hogs-Market firm; live
LoZs. $5.10O.00 per 100 lbs.
What U more attractive than a pretty
face with a fresb, bright comp'eiionT For
it, use Pozzoni'a Powder.